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11IR UULMJTIN Will 1101 00 1BSUCU 10
I TIME TABLE. morrow.
PltOll AM At'l'IIH KIJ1I.
A.M. A.M. t'.M.
Leavo Honolulu. ..0:15 8MB 1:45
Arrive llonoiiliuli.. 7 :2C 0:R7 :57
Leavo Monoullull.. 7:110 10:48 .1:1 :!
Arrive Honolulu. ..8 :H5 '11:55 4:55
VKAItli CITY LOCAL.
Leavo Honolulu 5:20
Arrivo Pearl City 5:58
Leavo Pear1 City.. (1:00
Arrivo Honolulu. ..G:40
t .Saturdays only.
Tide. Hun nmt lloon,
II V 0. J. LYONS.
I s eI d I I
DAY. g Sg S& 2.IB 5 g. a ?
?P&?'& P P ?
ii.in. li.m. p.m. n.m.
Moil. 1 II 15 (! Ill I) II 0 0 t 3i S 51 !l 2.1
Tiles. 2 7 .V B 41) 1 0 1 0 0 37 ft ftl 10 S3
WcU. 3 8 !! 7 JO 1 8(1 2 20 fl 3J ft ft: 11 2ft
Tliurs. 4 1145 8 41) 2t)0 3 15 0 311 ft ft.! ...
Fll. ft 11 30 U 30 3 30 4 40 (I 30 ft fi.1 0 2ft
Hilt. It 11.111. 10 1ft 4 3(1 0 0 0 ftft 8 ftl 1 23
Mm. I 7 i) :ion 0 ft iio 7 o 0 :ift 5 ftl 2 27
First quatter of tlio 1110011 on tliu 4th at
llli. Sin. p. 111.
lliu tlmo slKiml for the poit is iilvun ut 12h.
Oni. Osl'C. (mlclnlKhtl of Gici'iiwlch tlinuor
111. 28U1. 3tBou. p. 111. of Ilonoliilu Ubtm yutory
tlmo. It Ih kInoii liy tlio stoiun whlstlo of tho
Honolulu l'litHliir Mill, u few doom iibovu
ttiu Custom II011BO. Tho sumo whlHtlo Is
KoiiiHleu coripctly nt Uonolulii menu noon
unsi'iuiiory 11101 luinii, or iuii.
I. IllVi.lt ll.JVltl.
31m. 2C80C. of
TUESDAY, FEB. 2, 1892.
Stnir (J R Bishop from Lahainn
Stmr WiUulculo from Ilainiikua
rittnr Cliuidinc for Jluui at 5 p m
Btiiii'MiknluUa for Kutitii at.") p in
Stun Likulike foi llaniakiia at o p in
S S Australia, llouOlette, for San Fran
cisco at 12 in
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stinr Waluloalc 1C40 bags sugar autl 22
Stnir (J 11 lllshop 2200 bags sugar and
52 bbls molasses.
From LTamakua, per stmr Wnlulcale,
Feb 2 Dr Mitamusa, Frank Iteitelmanu,
iMis Melu ami 2 children, and a deck.
From Luhaina, per stmr C It Bishop,
Feb 211 J Cooper.
For Sau Fiaueisco, per S S ustralla,
Fo) '2 Mr Holder, G W Jones, W 11
Oornwell, Jr, F Mundwylcr, J J ilun
dwylor, Mrs W M Graham, 3 chlldieu
and maid, Mrs Wond and daughter, V
3i Oliver and wife, Mlbs Beainan, Miss
Severance, Miss Paybon, Miss Alice
Stuart, J Stuart, Commander (J E ICiugH
mlll.'KN, Mrs Fitch, Jos Hymun, Mrs
M'l'ldllips and 2 children, CL Carter
and'Wlfe,K A J E FurbUh, Mrs G E
Boardnian; A Iteilly, Dr E F Tucker
Tho S S Australia to-day took the fol
lowing freight shipped as follows : 2020
bags rice. Sing Cliong i& Go; 522 bugs
lice, M Phillips &(Jo; 5 boxes pine
apples, (Jims Wilcox; 5 boxes betel
leaves, Ah Lung; 15,2:50 bags sugar, V
G Irwin & Co; 4t2 bundles greon hides,
IC'J bundles dry hides, 11 bundles sheep
hkins, and 1 bundlo goatskiiiR, M W Mc
Cliesney & Sous; JOG bundles green
hides, and 1 bundle goatskins, F F Por
ter; 03 bags coffee( J T Waterhouse;
200 bi?nches bananas, LJ Levey; 314
pdnches bananas, G Lycuigns; 5385
bunches bhuai-a's-, II B Co. '-Domestic
Fifteen niinulo ours to-morrow.
Fiue police meeting tins evening.
I'll meet you at tho Brunswick.
A oajii) of thanks
to Dr. Walters
Button Ho1ib made to order at No.
-1 Garden Kino. 307 tf
O. J. McCarthy has lots
Htruot for sale.
TjiE Brunswick ato thoonly Billiard
Paitofa'in town. C tf
J. Alai'ai, camlidulu for tho Boat!
Board, dials with "a pilo of money."
Aftkh shaving tibo Cueumbor Skiu
Tonic. BciiBon, Hmitii & Co., Agonts,
Z. K. AlYEitB' furniluro will bo
auctioned by Mr. Morgan at 10 o'clock
SiiNiiUHN relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Bonbon, Smith & Co.,
r Hyman Bros, denounce tho falso
report that' they aro going ou,t of
DmoioiiK codec and chocolato will
bo borved every morning early at tho
Palace Ii-u Cream Pallors, Ludwigsou,
& Cion, Hotel street. 221 tf
Get your boots and thoes mado
and lepaiu'd by thu old Wuiluku
shoemaker, L, Toennios, on East
Hotel Btreut, Fiist-class work, low
THERE IS NONE BETTER.
Dr. It. L. St. Jolm of IJovylnnd,
'ituuin'couiityt Mi8souj, takes ea
nepljil eu8U,ip repo((inipnling
tJImmlierJain's CoilgU Remedy, be
pause he luiowa l o u rpliable. Ho
jias psed. it ip his praptlco for auyel
yparB,-4ntl snya Uiprp ia hqpp bpttpr.
)l is especially valuable forpohU and
aa a. preventive mul cure for croup,
This inoHt excollunl medicine is for
stile by all dealers. Bensou, Smith
& Co., agents.
Tosiounow, Fob. 3rd, will be Elec-,
Diamond Hond, 3 o'clock Weather
cloudy, wiud fresh northeast.
Ilictt MajeHty tlio Qileen will give a
grand ball at tho Palace next mouth.
Tin: Liliurul party will hold a mass
meeting at Emma Square this even
ing. Tiik 8. S. Australia today carried
ninety-four passengers fioni Honolulu.
All Buloons will bo closed
row until 7 p. m. by order
The National Bofoitn party
hold a final rally lhi.4 evening at
Bcralnnin street Armory.
On election day tho cars will run
every quarter of an hour between
Palania and Pauoa. See advt.
The only business in the Police
Court this morning was the disposal
of five cases of drunkenness. They
were all fined $1 each.
Mil. Hamilton Johnson has made
arrangements for procuring the earli
est election returns at tlio Hawaiian
Hotel to-morrow evening.
Mkr. Florence Williums will lecture
at the Library building this evening
at 7 :30 o'clock, second of tho serioE
"Patriots, Heroes, Saints."
The steamer Claudinu whilu at
Maui tried to tow the bohoonor Golden
Shore out of port, but failed owing to
tho bchooncr being too heavily loaded.
An evangelistic service will bo held
at Bethel Hall, Bethel street, by tho
Y. M. C. A. this evening. Song ser
vice begins at 7 :15. All are invited.
J. K. Kaulia, tlio Native Sons'
candidate for Rcprcbcututive in the
Second District, will hold the foit
this evening at the corner of Nuuanu
Avenue and Pauoa road.
Would it not bo well for those
having the matter in hand, to clear
away tho large pilo of empty barrels
that has accumulated on tlio premibes
of the Central Union Chinch, now in
the course of construction on the
corner of Beretania and Iiichards
Mechanic Engine Co. No. 2, at
their regular monthly meeting last
evening, elected tho following officers :
Foreman, W. H. C. Greig; Assistant
Foreman, Chas. H. Clark; Second
Assistant, J. Spencer; Secretary, E.
Stiles; Treasurer, Carl Widemann;
Delegate, Henry Smith.
Mit. Z. K. Myers, who has occupied
several public and private positions in
Honolulu, during a residence here of
many years, is going away by the
Mariposa next week. Ho has ac
cepted a billet in tho San Francisco
branch of the North British Insur
ance Co. Mr. Myers and his wife will
both bo missed by a largo circle of
friends who highly esteemed their
bocial merits. Mr. C. A.. Stackablo
will succeed Mr. Myers as book-keoper
with Hollistcr & Co., druggists.
Mr. Allen Hutchinson, sculptor,
gave an exhibition of various works
at his studio, Nuuanu avenue, Satur
day and Monday. Unqualified admi
ration was expressed both for indivi
dual objects and for the collection as
a whole. The bust of Lunalilo had
been retouched by the aitiBt since
last previously exhibited. There
was 'a general agreement that the
typical ligure, "Hawaii JNei, was
the masterpiece. This is the bust of
a young Hawaiian woman, her tine
development draped with tresses flow
ing to the waist. Finished sets of
Hawaiian types froiii youth to old
age, in relief, some of them in
frames, showed to great advantage.
Mrs. Irwin's portrait medallion was
declared by all to bo an excellent
likeness, and the bust of her child
was one of the prettiest objects in the
collection. Honolulu ought to be
proud of having such a high-class
exhibition of sculpture produced
within itself, and it Is to be hoped
Mr. HutchiiiBou will not leavo before
his talent be in a respectable degree
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'O.
Now diOQilH Just to Hand.
Sluck & Brownlow's Water Filters,
Scales Topsail Chains,
Open Link Chains,
Goblets, Wines, Decanters,
Jugs, etc., etc.
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
House Furnishing Goods,
Miniature "Vistas" for mailing,
ARE YOUR CHILDREN SUBJECT TO
As a preventive qpil euro for
croup, Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
has no rival. It is, in fact, the only
remedy that can always be depended
upon and that is pleasant anil, safe to
ttjke. 'yiip'rcr is uot the Ipfjst danger
jn'glving it tft'chijdren, a'sit pontajtis
no inJiiriois, siiltanue, Fqr sale at
5,0 cents per bottlq by all dealers.
HciiBop, Smith & Co., agents.
For 3IoiUMnga, FriniioH,
Pntftejs, ArtotypoSt Photo
grnvurop, Etchings and
everything in the lino of
picture, go to King BroH.,
In n Clnltn Acnltixt n Dorcnnril Nov-
rclRH ihu Mtnttitn nf Iilmttntlotm
l m'm Not It im IMirlnc the lilfu or
A decision was given to-day by
Judge Uickeiton in the caso of John
T. Baker and llobort II. Baker vs.
Geo. Trousseau, administrator with
tho will annexed of the cstato of His
late Majesty. The case was jury
"The plaintiff claims of defendant
the sum of $3000 with Interest at 10
per cent, from date of note, upon a
nolo dated Feb. 11, 1883, executed
by His lato Majesty Kalakaua.
Robert Baker had assigned his inte
rest in the nnto to the other plaintiff
and a discontinuance was filed as lo
his claim. The defendant pleads the
statute of limitations, and also that
thu claim was not presented within
six months from the time of publica
tion of notice to creditors. There is
no question about the note being;
genuine, as it is not denied by
"I hold that under the statute
there must be a formal rejection of a
claim by the administrator ; it must
be a definite rejection as to date, to
enable the claimant to avail himself
of the law, aud show he has brought
his suit within the two months. (In
this case the statute has been com
plied with and claim -ui not barred.)
"As to the claim being barred by
the statute of limitation this question
has been settled by our own court in
the case olA. S. Cleghoin vs. Bishop
el al., administrators of the estate of
His late Majesty Kamchamclia V.
It was held, 'In a claim against the.
estate of a deceased sovereign the
statute of limitations did not run
during the time the intestate was
"Theie was some evidence as to set
off, but it is not in such a shape that
any judgment could be made on it.
I therefore have to find that plaintiff
must recover the full amount claim
ed." PALI FATALITY.
.1 31 nil 1.J Ins Juni! at tlio Foot or
It was reported to this ollice this
morning that a man had fallen off
the Pali and was lying at the bottom
of the canyon dead. Further investi
gation elicits the information that
Mr. Kerr while on his way to Wai
manalo yesterday morning noticed a
horse with saddle aud bridle, stand
ing on the other side of the eavc-in
previously reported in this paper as
having occurred at the Pali. Seeing
that his horse could not get over on
the old road, winch is above the new
road, he returned to town. This
morning Mr. Kerr tried to go over
again and while in the vicinity of the
cave-in he noticed the body of a man
lying at the bottom of the canyon,
seven or eight hundred feet below
the road. The distance prevented
Mr. Kerr from asccataining the na
tionality of the dead man.
Tho only road that can be traveled
at present, but not without danger, is
the old road, which is so narrow that
but a man and a horse can get along
at a time. Deputy-Marshal Mchrten
and two officers drove out on hearing
of the body's discovery. It was
blowjng too hard to drive near the
washout. The break is V-shaped, its
apex reaching tho wall of rock. They
could only look at the body from a
distance, and decided it was that of
either a Japanase or a Chinaman.
Mr. Mebrten telephoned from the
Half-way House, asking the Koolau
Judge to hold an inquest, as the body
can be reached from that side. An
answer was received at 3 :-15, that tho
body has been recovered. It is that
of a Japanese and the skull is frac
tured. MORTUARY REPJRT.
The total number of deaths reported
for the month of Jan., 1802, was 5G,
ulsmuutcu as follows:
Under 1 year.... 10 From 80 to 40.... 7
From 1 to ,r) 4 From 40, to 00.... 5
From 5 to 10 1 From CO to 00. .. . 5
From 10 to 20. . . 4 From 00 lo 70. . . . 2
Fiom20to 80...11 Over 70 7
Males, 33 Females, 23
Ilawaiiaiis 38 Great Britain....
Chinese 8 Americans
Portuguese 4 Other nations... . 1
Number unattended .10
'' 'o'A.'-SI! Ol' DEATH.
Bowel complaint 1
Eutei ills 1
Found di owned. 1
Heart Disease... 1
Lockjaw . , 1
Old Agu 7
Smallpox at Q S. 2
Womb trouble.. 1
Jail 18h8 ....... 17
Jan IHS'J 01
Jan. 1891 58
Jaii. 1892 AG
Jan 1800 ,75
Annual death into per" 1000 per
All other nationalities 8.57
0. U. Reynolds,
Agent Boaid of Health.
J. M. Vivas brought an assumpsit
suit for $10 against E. B. Thomus
in the Police Court yesteiday. The
suit was for services reudeied at a
political meeting at which pluintiff
pfllpintcd as interpreter, plaintiff
alleged that it was th,e hardest Ave
minutes' work he had for samp time.
Judgment' was given for plaintiff for
$ft and def ciidnut waa ordered to nay
i-i.3.0 costs. Mr. Thomas, who ap
peared in person, noted an appoal.
HORSFQRD'S ACID PHOSPHATE
For liuimlred Vitality
and weakened energy, is wonderfully
I am glad to see by this morning's
Advertiser that Mr. Thos. Wright
finds so much to commend in Mr.
DIlllnghamT'and that he believes we
should all bo "independent of party
jealousies." So do II Mr. Wiight
bandies tho "lie" very freely in his
letter and in reference to his present
force of men is caicful lo slate that
ho employs ono "Hawaiian." Of
course Mr. W. has a right to employ
anyone ho sees fit, but lie should also
concede the same right to others,
lie denies having stated that thu
planters wcio making too much mon
ey. His memory is not good. In
conversation with the i iter ut Nol
te's dining saloon, in the piesenco of
Aituur Harrison and two other gen
tlemen, strangers tome, on Thin sday,
Jan. 28th, -Mr. Wright asserted with
considerable rancor that "the profits
of the plantcis must be curtailed"
and that they were "filling the coun
try with 'slave labor' that would
diive out all white mechanics," and
he cited the cose of India (though 1
failed to see the relevancy of his re
marks), wheio he said the profits of
the railways were "limited" bylaw
to 10 per cent, on the investment.
This statement one of the gentlemen
(a German) disputed and a lively
discussion ensued. Then Mr. Wright
urged the claims of Ashford and re
mat ked that Ashford had more hon
esty than either Thurston or Dilling
ham. Hu then brought up the ques
tion of the railroad stock held by
Thurston and enhuged upon that with
his usual fluency to thu confusion of
Dillingham and the glory of Ashford.
Mr. W., in that choice diction for
which he is locally celebrated, says
that I "lie" when I state that he ad
vises "all" mechanics to vote for
Ashford. I will, to please him,
qualify that by saying all who meet
and have the patience to listen to
him. His letter of this morning is a
pitiable attempt to carry water on
both shoulders and lo bofog the real
issue, which narrows down to this:
A well-known adventurer and po
litical turn-coat opposes a gentle
man for many years past identified
with the real interests of the coun
try, and whom Mr. Wright is
forced to admit (in print) is "public
spirited and enterprising," yet who
will, he thinks, be defeated be
cause Thurston supports him. As
a patriot, and for the sake of the
welfare of the Islands, can we not
induce Mr. Thurston to make a few
speeches in favor of Ashford and
thus enable Mr. W. and h'i3 friends
to vote for the man they really be
lieve to be be9t fitted for the posi
tion? In conclusion I would' say lo
my brother mechanics, do not be
misled by the insane gasconading of
windy street orators who have noth
ing to lose by a state of anarchy fol
lowing the election of a set
of political demagogues. Ask your
selves in all seriousness before cast
ing your ballots: "Is this the
bestmnn?" The present business
stagnation is largely due to the
forced departure of numbers of
mechanics, whose wages, here or else
where, form the ciiculating medium,
and dozens of houses arc placarded
"to let," that were vacated by
mechanics. In tins connection I will
state that Ihe superintendent of ono
of our largest industrial institutions
wrote to the manager of a plantation
asking for a situation for a skilled
mechanic, and received a sharp reply
to the effect that as the Honolulu
mechanics were making war against
thu planters the latter hud determined
on a policy of retaliation aud would
employ no more white mechanics
al present. It is a pity that the
senseless utteranoes of a few Bush
Wilcox followers should be taken as
the united opinions of all working
men who are, as a whole, conservative
and honest, as I hope and trust will
be proved by their "ballots to-morrow.
The wiiter well remembers
the general business depression in
California that followed the adoption
of the new Slate Constitution in
1879. The farmers voted for it be
cause it compelled the holder of a
mortgage to pay the tax on mort
gages. But tho banks advanced tho
rate of Interest from 12 to 15 per
cent, and the farmer paid tlo ' lax
after all. Tho warkingmon voted for
it because they were carried away by
the specious pleading of eloquent
political charlatans (mostly lawyers)
and hoped to better their condition,
hut the result of the mass of uncon
stitutional verbiage thrown hastily
together by men of total inexperience
in state documents was years of
costly litigation in thu courts, and
tho same trouble would occur hero if
the gentlemen who so glibly assure
tho massos thai they shall be granted
all they wish arc elected, Tho Edi
tor ia at liberty to giyo Mr. Wright
my namo. it wp.uiq not interest tlio
public to know by nariio a
MRS. F, A. KEOO and M.Kegqpt
Koloa, Kauai, deshu to oxpiusn
their giatltude to Dr. Wullurs of Llliuu
for tliegieat kindness and untiring eaio
and devotion, with which ho attended
their late husband and father during his
lutt aud hopclcsb Illness. :i5 It
SOME malicious poisons having cir
culated a rumor that wu aro going
out of busiucHH, wo take pleasure in
announcing to tlio public in general
and lo thu trade in particular, that it
is our intontion to carry on our busi
ness in Ihu future lo thu full extent
as it has boon heretofore during tho
last 25 years. And from tho mccess
wo have made in our husinoss wo feel
asmred that wo will stay another 25
years. To bo convinced pleiifo pall
and oximiiuu our stock and you will
find it in our lino the largest and best
asborted in tho Hawaiian Islands.
35 lm HYMAN BROS.
Hits lieeomo a word dear In tho hearts
of mothers. Tlio "Mupah" Vulvo
Nipple is made of pure gum, will not
collupbo and prevents much colic be
cause they admit air into tho bottle as
the milk is diuwn out, thus prevent
ing a vacuum being foimed. Give the
tin Uy a chtuico to oxpiess his opinion.
You'll ojy soon find out whether tho
" MU.pah" is u success or not.
Wo have an assortment of Davidson
and Goodyear Nipples, alti Rubber
Rattles and Teething Kings, and Nur
sery requisites in general.
Eveiy household should hiueii Hot
Water Bag. Wu have some new one
and if used with oidinary eaio will
lust for years. Invalid Cushions can
bo ttbod as "life pioborvcis" on land
as well as sea. Ours arc for homo
service, and are the best in every way.
Rubber tubing from the diameloi of
-.inch lo the si.c of garden hose,
which wt, sell by tho foot or yaid.
Wo'o lots of other rubber goods,
and our Drug Store, you know, is thu
best placu to buy Ilium.
HQBR0N' NEWMAN & CO.
A BIG PILE OF MONEY !
Thciois more than 812.",000.00 belong
ing to tlio Ko.uIm which will be placed
in the hands of our lto:ul Hoard.
To my Fellow Citizens le-lding within
thu Fivo Election Distilcts of Hono
lulu. Sut: Whcieas, tlicio has been an Act
approved in the last Legislature of 1800.
giving us the right of eluding a Uoad
Hoard for our own benefit, and by
which wo have the right of electing tlnee
members of said bo.ud for the coining
biennial period, and this is our flist
election for such a board.
1 now put myself as one of the candi
dates for tills board, therefore 1 place
myselfbefoie you hoping that you may
givu me your votes on thu day of elec
tion. 1 am well-known to you all, and 1
work for inyelf ; I have no one over me.
I have built roads and that is tho main
soiucuof my piovlillng for in family.
I have had a long experience In the
making of roads, and I believe my
knowledge of toad making ghes mc tlio
i iglit ol becoming a member of the Bond
Bo.ud. I believe if anyone should be
come a member of the Komi ltoaid, it
ought to be a person who has some
knowledge of making anil building
roads, as to my experience the roads
within our city aie not Hindu of one
There aro other things which the
liotud has to carefully consider, and th it
is, to have some knowledge of estimat
ing the cost of thu work to be done.
Some may say that has nothing to do
with the board, it is the duty of the
Koad Super vlsoi, but to my belief it is
one of the most lmpoilaut duties of the
Koad Board. It is, the only way, aud
the just way for the board to know how
the money is expended. Whereas, if It's
given to the Koad Supervisor, who would
know whether there was more money
spent than thu actual cost. As I have
already said, let the Koad Hoard esti
mate the cost of each toad, then the
Koad Supervisor cannot expend any
moie money than what is estimated by
Whcieas, lit Januaiy, 18H7, 1 was hon
oi ed by being appointed a Koad Super
visor lor tuts district, and l periormeu
thu duties of that ollice for only six
months. Some of you hive alieady
seen miiiic of my works, there Is the
Liliha street, aud the road that leads up
to the ln-aue Asjluni, aud those streets
have never been rell.ved since I made
them, it is six ycais ago and they show
for themselves that they were mado by
someone who understands road making,
and they will be my monument to the
coming gcneiation. I shiceiely believe
that, if 1 had remained in ollice until the
present time, we wpud have had good
substantial roads. I believe I was the
only Hawaiian boiu that was ever ap
pointed In tliat ollice In this district.
Theiefoie, if you desire to have good
roads, you had better elect good men,
and men who understand the business of
I ask you my fi lends and fellow citi
zens, when you should vote do not for
get my name with this ticket: K. Irish
man, J. Alapai ami Jus. F. Moig.in.
Honolulu, Feb. 1, 1802. U.15 It
On Wednesday, the 3rd inst.,
Car. will Bun
-Every 15 r iimtem
From Pidama to lllllo Range (l'awaa)
fioni 7:08 u. in. to 8:U8 p. in.
Kioui Kitlo Hiinjto (Pawua) to Pallium
fV0.ni 7)17 a. in. to 0:17 p. m.
tSf lluforo and after
every half-hour as usual.
ARM AM, Hay
Horse, about II
hands high, white snip
In face, white hind
font. A lew aid of $Q
will hu pdd on return to
831 lit Queen Mi cut.
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
the auiuial meeting of thu Kwu
Plantation Co. held this day the
followiuc ollheru weio elected for tlio
C, M. Cooke President,
I. II. OiiBtlu Vico-PieMdeut,
JO. D. 'Penney Seci clary,
J. II. Atheiton... Ticusuior,
J. Il.l'aty Auditor.
The above named olllccrd ali-o consti
tute (lie Hoard of Director.
K. D. TKNNKY,
Secretary Kwa Plantation Co.
Honolulu, Jan, ill), 1SU-. SU3 lm
Picture Fruni-H made to
order from latest Htyles of
moultliiigH. HeiioyaUon of
old pictures a specialty.
Every stonmor nnd bailing
for use and ornamentation.
wu have no old .stock
are selected with care and they meet with a ready sale and
as last as sold aro replaced by others. No other store in
Honolulu contains such a 'large and varied assortment of
goods suitable to the wants of the people.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO,
Fort hIi-coI, uppo. Sprcckels' Buulcj Honolulu.
Dress Goods !
A FULL ASSORTMENT
104 Fort sycreei, Honolulu.
Latest De-sips in stSl id Plalfl Dress Goofls,
Alt Wool CamHette in all Shades,
A FULL LINE OF COLORS IN
Nis Veilings, Caslmres eii Hmirietta Gils,
Figured Chtilles & Silk Striped Chailles. '
AN IMMENSE ASSORTMENT OF
Fancy Striped Flannels & Flannelettes.
COME AND SEE OUR
STRIPED & PLAID WORSTED COMBINATION SUITS, TRICOT &
FINE CLOTHS FOR RIDING HABIT.
Bfiy If you are in search of Dress Materials come and examine our
immense assortment before making your purchases elsewhere.
Builders' & Geneial Hardware,
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES & LAMP GOODS,
AGATE WARE, TIN WARE, NEVER BREAK WARE,
Cutlery (raneral lonMsB,
Blake's Steam Pumps,
WIL.OX & GIBB'S, AND REMINGTON
b E WI N G M AC HI N ES.
HOLLISTER & CO,
Segars, Pipes & Tobacco.
AGENTS FOR Till- LEADING
46T NEW GOODS BY
c. J. McCarthy,
Nkw Cummins' Hi.ook, Muikuiant Sutnirr.
REAL ESTATE BROKER
FIRE INSURANCE PLACED.
tfW Any busiiu'SB entrusted to mo
rpiIK undersigned U menarcd to (live
X LcHMUia lu Athletic Exercises and
the .aiily Ait at two door above (ho
lloyal .School, Emiua stiect, also to giu
luiiti notions at honied of pupils if de
sired, Applications lecelved ut No 87
to us articles
are all "late ar-
shelves. Our goods
CAN HE FOUND AT
EVERY STEAMER, -a
COLLECTIONS ATTENDED TO.
and Houses Heutwl.
will iccuivo prompt attention.
lorOillcu at Hotel Stab'es. Hotel
1 btri'et. Hoth Telephones 32. Hcbiileuco:
1 Mutual Tel. CHI. dec 10-01